Job ID: 134914
Philadelphia, PA, United States
Jun 22, 2022
DescriptionPenn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is looking for a Certified Nurse Midwife to work night shift in both the Perinatal Eval Center and Labor & Delivery departments.
The PEC serves as the OB triage unit, HUP's ED for pregnant women greater than 16 weeks gestation. It houses 10 triage beds, and an ultrasound evaluation area and is adjacent to HUPs Labor and Delivery suite. The PEC is one of the initial contact areas for patients with obstetric related concerns. It is staffed with nurses, both NPs and RNs who work together to triage and care for each patient, collaborating with the physicians to develop an individual plan of care. While the PEC and Labor and Delivery are distinct units, we function as one cohesive unit that works together to insure quality care to our patients. Each person is an integral part of a TEAM that includes physicians, nurses, surgical technicians, and support staff. With a team approach we are better able to provide this quality care to our population.
This position has a dual reporting structure to Nursing and the Collaborating Physician identified for the Perinatal Evaluation Center. The Advanced Practice Nurse will report to the Perinatal Nurse Manager who will be responsible for the administrative oversight of the position as it pertains to the Department of Labor and Delivery, as well as, implementation/oversight of selected hospital CEQI indicators that are chosen for each clinical department. The Human Resource issues relating to daily job performance will be the responsibility of the Perinatal Nurse Manager. In addition, the collaborating physician will be an OB/GYN attending or laborist who will be responsible for direct oversight of the clinical role and lead orientation to the clinical unit and ongoing assessment of the clinical skills. The identified collaborating physician will evaluate the Advanced Practice Nurses’ clinical skills and competence as part of their annual performance review.
Hours of work determined by the Clinical Service to meet the needs of patient care. includes day, night shifts, weekends and holidays. This emergency department provides care to patients 24/7.
Hospital continuing education to meet the requirements of the system and as per TJC. Minimum requirements for continuing education as outlined by the regulatory agencies
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